Originally Posted by ~sizzzle~
You could go with a lower wattage PSU. 650 will give you a little wiggle room for future upgrades. I wouldn't get the one you listed though.
Better options on PSU:
Newer version of the TX650 (cheaper, better) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-020-_-Product
Antec TPN 650 : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371021
SeaSonic S12II 620 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151096
On the RAM I think you might be suprised how far 4GB will get you. + It's an easy upgrade if you wanted to add 4 more down the road. I do like to only fill half my slots to start with. So going with 2X4 GB is the way I'd go if I had to start with 8. The difference in the 2 GSkill sets there was the timings. The more expensive set was rated for lower timings. I'd go with a 1600MHz kit but that might no fit in your budget. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231445
What is the size and resolution of your TV. What GPU is best for you will largely depend on what resolution you are using. On a smaller monitor degrading the resolution a little to get higher framerates sometimes isn't all that big of deal. I wouldn't want to try that on a 42" 1920 X 1080 TV though.
Of the cards you have listed I'd pick the GTX460. 192bit version for lower resolutions or the 256bit version for higher res. You can always look here for deals on a GPU http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...Size=20&Page=1
I think I really don't understand how far 4GB DDR3 1600 will get me, which is what I just updated to the build (the RAM you listed is a bit out of my budget to be honest).
PSU also updated to the new version of the Corsair 650.
As for the TV, my current TV is a Samsung 32" with max reso of 1366x768. Kind of sucks to be honest, but I've had it for atleast 4 years and it still works great.
My friend is looking for atleast a 32" TV for his living room, and he already asked me if I would sell mine to him, and if I do, I would get two of these monitors
with the money he gave me. But this is still an open/close possibility.